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2020 4-H Clover Buds Floral Hall results

See also: 2020 Adair County 4-H Floral Hall exhibit results

By Tony Rose, Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development
Adair County Extension Service

Congratulations to all the youth who participated in the 4-H Cloverbuds Floral Hall Exhibits. With all going on currently we are proud to report that the number of exhibitors and the number of exhibits were up over last year. We would also like to say Thank You to the Adair County Fair Association for helping sponsor the Floral Hall entries again this year.

Ribbon winners include Addaleign Dicken, Azalea Dicken, Abby Smith, Jase Wethington, Pyper Barnett, Rylee Barrnett, Ellie Wethington, Maria Burton, Mattie Moss, and Matthew Moss.

The results of Cloverbuds ages 1-4 Floral Hall are:


  • Addaleign Dicken: Class 3- Flowers- Blue Ribbon, Class 8 Beaded Craft- White Ribbon, Class 9 Jewelry- Blue Ribbon, Clas 14 Acrylic Paint- Blue Ribbon, Class 17 Original Crayon Art- White Ribbon, Class 19 Crayon Picture- Blue Ribbon, Class 21- Wood Painted Item- White Ribbon, Class 26- Lego- White Ribbon, Class 30 Garden Vegetable- Green Ribbon, Class 34 Playdough Art- Red Ribbon

  • Azalea Dicken: Class 8 Beaded Craft- Red Ribbon, Class 9 Jewelry- White Ribbon, Class 13 Chalk Art- Red Ribbon, Class 15 Water Color- Red Ribbon, Class 16 Color Pencil- Red Ribbon, Class 17 Original Crayon Art- Red Ribbon, Class 21 Wood Painted Item- Red Ribbon, Class 26 Lego- Red Ribbon, Class 30 Garden Vegetable- White Ribbon, Class 34 Playdough Art- Blue Ribbon

  • Abby Smith: Class 1- Blue Ribbon, Class 3 Flower- Red Ribbon, Class 5 Wood Craft- Blue Ribbon, Class 8- Beaded Craft- Blue Ribbon, Class 10 Color Photo- Blue Ribbon, Class 12 Pencil Drawing- Blue Ribbon, Class 13 Chalk Drawing- Blue Ribbon, Class 15 Water Color- Blue Ribbon Class 16- Color Pencil- Blue Ribbon, Class 17 Original Crayon Art- Blue Ribbon, Class 18 Marker Drawing- Blue Ribbon, Class 19 Crayon Picture- Red Ribbon, Class 20 Marker Picture- Blue Ribbon, Class 21 Wood Painted Item- Blue Ribbon, Class 25 Collage- Blue Ribbon, Class 27 Terrariums- Blue Ribbon, Class 28- Dish Garden- Blue Ribbon, Class 29 Vegetable Bucket- Blue Ribbon, Class 30 Garden Vegetable- Blue Ribbon, Class 31 House Plant- Blue Ribbon, Class 32 Hanging Basket- Blue Ribbon, Class 34 Playdough Art- White Ribbon

  • Jase Wethington: Class 26 Lego- Blue Ribbon

  • Pyper Barnett: Class 9 jewelry- Red Ribbon, Class 11 Oil Painting- Blue Ribbon, Class 30 Garden Vegetable- Red Ribbon


The results of Cloverbuds ages 5-8 Floral Hall are:
  • Rylee Barrnett: Class 9 Jewelry- Blue Ribbon, Class 11 Oil Painting- Blue Ribbon, Class 31 House Plant- Blue Ribbon

  • Ellie Wethington: Class 14 Acrylic Paint- Blue Ribbon

  • Maria Burton: Class 3 Flower- Blue Ribbon, Class 5 Wood Craft- Blue Ribbon, Class 14 Acrylic Paint- Red Ribbon, Class 27 Terrariums- Blue Ribbon, Class 28 Dish Garden- Blue Ribbon, Class 29 Bucket Garden- Blue Ribbon, Class 30 Garden Vegetable- Blue Ribbon

  • Mattie Moss: Class 1 Cookies- Blue Ribbon, Class 3 Flowers- Red Ribbon, Class 13 Chalk Drawing- Blue Ribbon, Class 30 Garden Vegetable- Red Ribbon, Class 34a Dandelion Thumbprint- Blue Ribbon, Class 34c- Tomato- Blue Ribbon

  • Matthew Moss: Class 2 Cup Cakes- Red Ribbon, Class 5 Wood Craft- Red Ribbon, Class 26 Lego- Blue Ribbon, Class 30 Garden Vegetable- White Ribbon, Class 30d- Pumpkin- Blue Ribbon and Avannah Dicken- Class 2 Cup Cake- Blue Ribbon, Class 6 Fabric Craft- Blue, Class 8 Beaded Craft- Blue Ribbon, Class 14 Acrylic Paint- White Ribbon, Class 16- Color Pencil- Blue Ribbon, Class 18- Marker Drawings- Blue Ribbon, Class 24 Computer Art- Blue Ribbon, Class 27- Terrariums- Red Ribbon, Class 30 Garden Vegetable- Green Ribbon and Class 34 Playdough Art- Blue Ribbon


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This story was posted on 2020-07-30 07:00:35
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